Some exciting and very good news for world cricket fans. The 14th season of IPL, which unfortunately stopped midway as a result of covid, is going to re-start again. Initially, the IPL matches were held without spectators at some venues in India, but the IPL was postponed after players were infected with Covid. Now, half the leftover matches are being resumed. The field is being set to be held in UAE.
BCCI has strong plans to hold two matches daily and finish the league as quickly as possible. India is looking to hold a league in three weeks in the months of September and October. The season will resume on September 19. A senior BCCI official revealed that we are also thinking of setting up matches in Dubai and not just in two or three venues in UAE. We will hold two matches for ten days and one match for seven days.
The finals will be on October 9 or 10 and the 14th season will be concluded in the Middle East. He also promised the final schedule would be announced soon. India will leave for UAE the day after the final Test against England on September 14. Transfers from one bubble to another in a special flight. So, the BCCI feels that there will be no need to be particularly quarantined again. To this end, it has already informed the franchises that it is a festival for cricket fans to start the IPL that remained inconclusive as a result of Corona!